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G. Inglis and Co

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G. Inglis and Co of Airdrie.

1885 An engineering and boiler making works was established by Gardiner Inglis and others in Cairnhill Road, Airdrie.

1894 Inglis, Hossack and Co, of Albert Engineering Works, was dissolved; the business was carried on by Inglis and Co.

Later took the name of G. Inglis and Co.

Engineers of mining machinery and builders of a few steam locomotives.

1922 Ironfounders

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